The top November 2015 health trends highlight shifting attitudes toward access to nurturing healthcare services, as well as the role of technology in the future of consumer health.
An intriguing innovation that speaks to the right of prisoners to access healthcare services, designer Karl Lenton of UK company Safe Innovations has created an egg-shaped, movable therapy pod that aims to carve out a single therapeutic space in naturally chaotic environments like a prison.
Separately, the AmpStrip is a wearable medical device that acts as a thermometer, accelerometer and heart rate sensor. First designed as a more comprehensive fitness tracker, the AmpStrip is now being repositioned as a medical accessory.
The top November 2015 health trends point to the intertwined nature of innovation in the health and technology industries.
Top 100 Health Trends in November
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Shape-Shifting Brass Knuckles
Pre-Packaged Lunch Kits
Wearable Medical Devices
Compact Sleep Apnea Masks
Abstract Fruit-Labeled Juices
From Local Produce Apps to Compact Sleep Apnea Masks
Nov 29, 2015By: Rebecca Byers -